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voters they support stronger immigration policy. >> meanwhile, baltimore is now home to a new group of u.s. citizens. rob roblin was there as they took the oath to become proud americans. >> for 72 people from all over the world, this is a day they will never forget. >> i'm happy! >> it was an emotional day for the immigrants who became u.s. citizens today. family and friends gathered at the war memorial building for the swearing in of our new citizens. snl the 72 people that became new citizens today came from over 40 countries from all over the country. stephanie rawlings-blake welcomed the new citizens. >> the passion we call america. >> for those that became citizens today, it was a dream come tru. >> i start to live in a free country. to do quha i like to do in this great -- to do what i like to do in this great law. >> it may be possible for me to achieve this beautiful country today. i am glad i am a zens of the united states of america. >> it was a day our new citizens will never forget. for many, it was a very emotional day. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> cape cod beaches closed
in exchange for russian agents being held in the u.s. as it turns out, alexander zaporozhsky owns a home in baltimore county. david collins has the story. >> this is the cockeysville home of alexander zaporozhsky. neighbors knew regulars he helped root out spies in america. >> when they were discussing the potential exchange, my husband and i said wouldn't it be great if max's dad came home? >> baltimore county orphans court judge colleen cavanaugh lives next door. max zap zphrap's son, who lives in his dad's home. >> i think it's fabulous. i'm really so happy for my neighbors to get their dad back, and i'm happy for alexander to be coming home, i guess. this is going to be his home now, i hope. >> zaporozhsky had been a high-level k.g.b. agent. the russian press linked him to exposing f.b.i. agent robert hanssen and c.i.a. official aldrich ames as spies. zaporozhsky is one of four russian secret agents swapped for 10 people arrested in the u.s., accused of being sleeper agents, trying to infiltrate policy-making circles. they were to testify in a new york courtroom. instead they pleaded
, the impact of the worst oil spill in u.s. history is taking a toll. the latest from grand isle, louisiana. >> hotels with vacancies, quiet cash registers. >> it is dead. all the people that would crowd here are gone. >> not what you would expect n in a coastal town on a holiday weekend. this is no ordinary season. >> we're in a war to protect our way of life. >> a way of life in jeopardy because of the millions of gallon of oil spilling off the louisiana coast creating a toxic cess pool including for -- pool. some are at pools since beaches are closed. families along the gulf coast doing what they can to celebrate in extraordinary times. holiday or not, work continues to get containment efforts back up since the threat from hurricane alex. a third containment vessel said to be running next week week which will allow twice as much siphonig at the site. for many vacationing spots, fourth of july can make or break a season. >> quite frankly there is no reason for me to be open now. >> a sobering "time." jf we will hang the flag up high. we are true americans. we are going to make sure and ma
may have helped the u.s. root out russians price. >> earlier in the week, we said what it not be great if he came home? >> she lived next door. >> i think it is fabulous. i am happy my neighbors get their debt back. i am happy alexander will be coming home. >> alexander zaporozhsky had been a high level kgb agent. he had exposed men as spies. he is one of four russian secret agents. they were to testify in a new york courtroom, instead they pleaded guilty, and were deported. >> we wanted to make sure we did this as quickly as we could, so we did not have negative impact between the good relationship between the united states and russia. >> alexander zaporozhsky retired in 1997. they first moved to baltimore county in april of 1999. neighbors say the wife seemed to live there alone. >> she was a wonderful neighbor. she was always outside, walking, friendly -- a really sweet lady. sadly, she passed away. her adult son and his wife and now live in the house. they are also wonderful neighbors. >> alexander zaporozhsky had family in russia. he was arrested. he was convicted to -- fo trees a
day for the immigrants that became u.s. citizens today. family and friends gathered at the war recommend radical bn building for the swearing in of our new citizens. >> i here bs by declare -- >> i hereby declare -- >> the 72 new citizens came from over 40 countries from all over the world. baltimore city mayor stephanie rawlings-blake welcomed the new citizens. >> today we celebrate your new national identity, but also continue to celebrate the culture of your homeland. these are beautiful traditions. traditions that have become the fabric and patchwork for what we call america. >> for those that lame became americans today, it was a dream come true. >> i like to live in a free country to do whatever i like to do in this great land. >> it may be possible to achieve for me to achieve the growth of this beautiful country to. i am a citizen of the united states of america. >> i have been living it for a long time. i have all these wonderful freedoms. >> it was a day our new citizens will never forget. for many it was a very emotional day. >> rob roblin. wbal-tv 11 news. >> the un
? an earthquake hit maryland yesterday. that's the word from the u.s. gee logical survey center. it was a 3.6 magnitude earthquake that happened at 5:00 a.m. in the germantown area of montgomery down. however there are reports it was felt from peb pennsylvania to virginia. it is the largest earthquake recorded in maryland. >> wedding day jitters for couples about to tie the knot. reporter julie tam with this story. >> dress shopping without a budget or without even knowing where the groom is. >> emotionally it is frustrating and drainy. >> she said her fan say -- fiance is on a ship in the gulf. the gown is one thing she won't have to worry about. >> when i looked at that price tag, i was oh, my god, i could never in a million years imagine even thinking of purchasing a dress that cost that much. >> the families of this gride and groom are splitting the cost 0 of the wet weding, but they won't have to budget for the gown. >> it is an answer to a prayer because we were trying to figure out how to get this put together for them. we want them to have a beautiful wedding. >> the gowns are desig
-up workers. in gulf coast communities, this is high season, but the impact of the worst oil spill in u.s. history is taking a toll. leian greg has the latest from grand isle, louisiana. >> empty beaches, hotels with vacancies. quiet cash registers. >> it is dead. all the people that would crowd here pretty much are gone. the tourists aren't here. >> not what you would expect in a coastal town on a holiday weekend. this is no ordinary season. >> we're in a war here to protect our way of life. >> a way of life in jeopardy because of the millions of glals gallons -- of oil spilling offer the coast of louisiana creating a toxic cess pool for those who would spend their holiday on or near the water. >> visiting kids and grand kids since the beaches closed. families along the gulf coast doing what they can to celebrate in extraordinary times. >> holiday or not, work continues to get containment efforts back up to speed after hurricane alex. skimmers of food back on the water. a third containment vessel said to be up which is said to -- from louisiana to the florida commissioner pan: -- from f
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